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>>> a crash in el dorado county claims the lives of three bay area residents, two of them children. what we have learned about the victims. >>> a awful thing to happen, especially around holidays. >> holiday weekend ends with more violence in oakland as two women are gunned down in an early morning shooting and what one neighbor says he heard. >>> fog caused a few problems for thanksgiving weekend holiday travelers, we're live at sfo. >>> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is the ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00. >> good evening, i'm ken pritchett in tonight for ken wayne. >> i'm heather holmes. >>> in oakland, the past 24 hours a lone, four people have been shot and killed. ktvu's cara liu tells us at least two of the victim were teenagers r. gunfire flashing lights and homicide investigators is what people woke up to this morning. >> seemed like a lot of shots, 15, 20. >> reporter: neighbor adam poe and his 2- year-old daughter were a sleep a few houses away. police were unable to say whether the two women who died lived in the area or what the motive may have
at our blog at ed.msnbc.com. >> one of the big hurd els that president obama has right now is to get white working male os his side. how do you see that playing out from what you've been able to see on the ground in ohio. >> that's exactly why he went to lake county today. it's a place i know well, i was born and raised in that county and it was a tight one in 2008. barack obama pulled it out by less than 1%, but it's a county that's 95% whoit and it's a place where barack obama believes that his economic message will resonate. he was hitting hard in his speech today. he was enn in the 82 out of 88 counties that have businesses that are related to the auto industry, is the controversy that's gone on over that widely discredited ad put out by the romney campaign. and if you talk to people on the ground, one of the things that they'll tell you is that they think there has been a backlash against that ad. that the voters here know exactly what's going on in the auto industry. one out of every eight jobs is tied to the auto industry and they say they're not being fooled by it. i also tal
for improvement maybe. well, those recent press conferences sparked the resurgence of the el blombito twitter feed, which spoofs the experience of listening to the mayor speaking un-espanol. listen to this one, about to evacuate. if need to vamoose anywhere use on cab degypsy or unglider dehang. anyway, you get the picture. remember joe isuzu, those commercials where it seemed like he would say anything to get you to buy an isuzu. >> the isuzu pup, so incredible, a supreme court justice is here to verify our claim. each isuzu pickup is built tough, so you can drive it forever, and so inexpensive, you can buy one with your spare change. and now with generous factory incentives, buy one, and you'll get one free. you have our word on it. >> well, believe it or not, joe isuzu is making a comeback in the form of pitching mitt romney and some more of his questionable campaign promises. >> if i'm president, i will create 12 million new jobs in this country. there's nothing better for getting us to a balanced budget than having more people working, earning more money, paying more taxes. the revenue i get
coast. and in green bay, ann romney talked up storm elief.el >> this is a time for us to care -- all amecans-- to reach out and help others. >> hello, this is marley. i'm calling from organizing for america.-- >> reporter: of course, democratic vonteers were also working hard at their local office in another part of town. the president, in fact, has more than twice as many field offices in the state as romney more boots on the ground. and the competition for door- knocks and one-on-one contactnt here is intense. mary ginnebaugh is browcounty democratic party chairman. >> we had a huge canvass the last two weekends, knocking on doors, talking with people. we have just been working really hard to identify the people that we know are sort of othat fence, haven't committed, maybef have voted republican in the past or have voted d ocratic in one election and republican another time. we see there's this ying yang sort of thing going on and were trying... >> reporter: ying yang? here in green bay? >> yeah, yeah. even here in green bay. right. >> reporter: in fact, this is the main reason fo
, look, if the president's re-ele re-elected, we're going to have $20 trillion in debt if four years and america is going to be closer to the economic crisis you're seeing in europe. if i'm elected, we're going to get america on track to a balanced budget. the president's re-elected, you're going to cut medicare by $716 billion to pay for obamacare. if i'm re-elected -- excuse me, if i'm elected -- [ cheers and applause ] let me strike that. when i'm elected -- [ cheers and applause ] we're going restore that funding to medicare and also we're going to repeal and replace obamacare so your premiums don't go up by $2,500 a year. if the president's re-elected, i don't care how much he talks about liking all of the above when it comes to energy, because i know what he means by all of the above. he means all the energy that comes from above the ground, all right? wind and solar. i like wind and sew olar too. but i also like the energy that comes from below the ground. oil, coal, and gas. we'll get it from my administration. i can also tell you this. if the president were to be re-elected,
overcame a four stroke deficit with a seven under par 65. mickelson, els, tied for second. and it wouldn't have been poulter if he didn't vet to get out of a long bunker shot, had about a ten foot put ats and it went right up to the edge of the hole. didn't stop, but just looked in and gently fell in with the perfect speed. amazing. now to football. sunday nature night nfl game, m important because it's nbc, atlanta falcons are 8-0 beating dallas 19-13. the matt ryan completed 24-34 passes and bryant kicked four field goals. atlanta is the only unbeaten team in the nfl. and another nfl game, we're talking about the panthers beat the redskins 21-13. there's a correlation between the outcome of the last washington, d.c. redskins football game prior to the presidential election and the drought come outcome of the election. miss torically when the redskins win, the incumbent wins. doesn't mean for sure, andrew. in 18 presidential contests, only once has this rule not held. that was in 2004 when president bush defeated john kerry despite a redskins loss. if history holds true, yesterday's red
. the quake was felt in neighboring mexico and el salvador, there was even a tsunami alert off the coast of el salvador. as for the victims, in one case an swire family was -- an entire family was killed. a couple and their six young children crushed from rocks and earth from a hill that slid into their home. aftershocks continue to rattle nerves there. the cleanup and the mourning is now underway. jon: yeah. that's a country that's not prepared to deal with that kind of thing. they just don't have the infrastructure. rick folbaum, thanks. jenna: the clock is ticking to stop the economy from going over that fiscal cliff we've been talking so much about. that cliff of massive tax hikes and across-the-board spending cuts. it's just one of the many economic challenges facing this country right now. this comes at a time that we're watching the markets as well. the dow dropping more than 300 points yesterday, it was the biggest drop of the year for the markets. there's a look realtime today. you see not quite as bad. the markets trading lower, still below 13,000 which is a critical level that a lot
. and the president yesterday made clear that mike el morrell, who has been the assistant deputy director will take over the acting director position. he's been at that agency for more than 30 years. he's a career intelligence professional. he has been on top of the benghazi investigation leading the agency's efforts on that from day one, from the very dpinidpi beginning. he is going to be in the hot seat answering the questions from the congressional oversight committee on thursday. but i think in terms of worrying about whether general petraeus' admission and his resignation are going to affect the actual work of the cia, i wouldn't worry so much about that. people will be very focused on the answers he gives about what the cia knew and what it told the white house about benghazi. >> certainly. and this all happened with a tip, right? the fbi began investigating this after a tip. how has the fbi, would you say, been handling this? >> you know, they do what they do, which is try not to say too much officially about any possible investigations. now, i will tell you that cnn -- a source told cnn tha
they had locked down long ago. we're very confident that it can actually be a part of our ele electoral coalition. >> if pennsylvania was so important, why not make it a state that he made a play for throughout the campaign? >> you have to go when it matters. i think in the last few weeks, we've seen pennsylvania -- the polls there tighten. and it became a tremendous opportunity. i think it's going to be part of 270 and beyond if we continue to do what we've been doing this last few weeks, which is getting out the message that the governor has a better course for america when it comes to fixing the kpi and putting the country back on track and i think that it's going to be really important part of our efforts to turn out many swing voters in those key areas around that state so that we can win it tonight. >> and republicans, no doubt, are energized this electorate. if you look at the battleground states in the early vote, the democrats are ahead in terms of the early vote, except in the state of colorado, where the republicans appear to be ahead there. is that a problem for governor rom
, for the party to push off and move back and embrace a different kind of vision that could have more ele ele electoral success than romney's. i think jindal's pushback is a good example of how the party might use that latest gaffe to kind of move beyond mitt romney. >> if you could play the rubio quote, because that's how not to do it. very interesting. this is somebody who's not getting it. >> he's being very careful. i'll read rubio's quote. then i'm going to play haley barbour. this is senator marco rubio of florida who is careful in his wording. he tells "politico," i don't want to rebut him point by point. i would just say to you, i don't believe that we have millions and millions of people in this country that don't want to work. okay. and then former mississippi governor haley barbour suggested the whole republican party -- >> did haley measure his words? >> he thought about it long and hard and then just went there. take a look. >> we've got to give our political organizational activity, you know, a very serious proctology exam. i think that's the only -- we need to look everywhere i
to get around this accident. el camino moving better. 280 up to speed. that is your best bet headed northbound into the city especially from the south bay. switching gears, look at yoush forecast. we're looking really good. bay bridge toll plaza, no delays here. you can see completely clear conditions. that sky is clear as a bell. 43 degrees in livermore. we're at 45 in san jose and 41 in gillroy. high pressure keeping us mild all the way through the upcoming weekend with temperatures in the 70s. a nice treat for us as we head through the next few days. we'll have your seven-day outlook in a few minutes, back to you, laura. >> a lot of people out shopping this morning. possibly the hottest spot to shop is over the paragon outlets in livermore this morning. shoppers prowling the stores there since about 10:00 last night. some had to wait an extra hour just to exit the freeway. another local news update in about half an hour. >>> it is >>> it is 8:00 on this friday morning november 23, 2012, the day after thanksgiving a day off for a lot of folks joining us here on the plaza. glad the
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. stone. if you had 60 secondses with me in an el visit for and had to describe yourself, what would you say? >> i probably wouldn't say anything, but let me try. almost 78 years old. been a candidate a number of times. represent a party that stands for peace, and individual liberty. and social justice, and i'm a member of the socialist party. the american legion, the veterans for peace, and liberty union. i'm an officer of liberty union. i live with my spouse of 55 years. i have four children. and jesse, paula, ian, and 15 grandchildren, and they all live within area code 05301, except for one who is about 17 miles away. so my whole social life revolves around them. >> we're all product office our families and we have two branches on our family tree, our mother's side eurasian father's side, and today i wore some family heirlooms, niecetive american indian heads and my earrings to remind me tell you tonight that we have to take care of mother earth. my great-great-great grandmother on one family line was the leader of a tribe of a branch of virginians al gone quinn. so it's important to
analyst at kaiser's commission on medicaid and the uninsured. el dorado, kansas, on our line for independents. caller: i was born disabled. i have worked all my life. kansas is starting a kan-care, they're trying to enroll people in it. i saw on your map did not have anything set up yet. without going on these programs -- i do not trust them, i have in home services were hired a person through medicaid to come in and do chores and stuff -- i would like to keep the person i have. i have had other people who came in who would steal from me and take things. i have that night support. i wonder if all of that will change, or if i can stay on the medicaid plan. guest: you will be able to remain on the medicaid program and maintain the same providers that are assisting you now. this is an important point. when it comes to getting coverage to the exchange's, people have to not have access to other coverage. if you're currently eligible for medicaid or medicare, you would not be eligible to come into the exchange and receive subsidies to help purchase coverage. in addition, if you hav
's cleaned up. i will say, though, that i'm troubled by -- you know, this is not your father's iaea. el baradei, like him or don't like him, i'm troubled by the nature of the relationship the agency seems to have with rapp. every time you try to negotiate with iran, you walk away angry and distrustful. i mean, the europeans did it in 2003, the agency's going through it now. but that's a relationship where there will also have to be a refurbishing of trust, or it's going to be difficult down the line. at the end of the day, it's the big powers at the u.s., russia and france, whatever, if they decide to get a deal, they'll get a deal. but iaea is an independent agency, and that relationship has to be addressed as well. >> and just very quickly, jim, is -- do you think the iaea and iran are going to resolve these issues before the p5+1 and iran work out a broader framework for resolving this, or is it dependent on that? are the iranians going to stonewall the agency until they see -- >> yeah. my, my true answer is i have no idea, and then my guess is the iaea's going to come at the end of
. for a lot of people who follow politics, the fifth biggest county is el paso county, home to colorado springs. that is typically viewed as a republican stronghold. it is, but is also a big vote a bank for democrats. increasingly we have seen the ski areas that have started to trended democrat. the southwest corner of the state are two other ski resort communities that tented a democrat. host: a lot of focus on early voting in this contest. does colorado have it? what is it looking like? guest: we do, we have mailed ballots and early voting. we have already had more people vote overseas this year than all of 2008. like i said, we had 800,000 ballots returned. the republicans had a 20,000 ballot advantage. nobody knows how the unaffiliated voters are breaking. about 2 million people voted early are absentee and enter the 2008 election. that is expected to grow to 2.5 million this election cycle. keep in mind colorado has 2.8 million active voters, more when you look at inactive voters. about three-quarters of the vote should be conducted in colorado, maybe a little more prior to novembe
in on the senate debate in your home state senator brown and josh manned el in ohio and what you think might happen with that? caller: well, shared brown had 20 years to do something but he ain't done nothing. host: so who do you plan on voting for? caller: well, he had better come up with some different ideas. i talked to his office here the other day. and some of the pronlses that they tell me -- promises that they tell me i'm waiting to see if he comes through. host: so you vote ford him in years past? caller: yes. host: maryland, thanks for holding on. the democrat's line. good morning. caller: good morning. i have three quick points i want to make regarding the elections in general and specifically i guess to the congressional. for one thing, what happened in 2010 with that mid term as they call it, i don't think it was that people who had supported obama deserted him that a lot of them said. what happened is a lot of new voters, especially the young who had voted for him and others as well do not know the significance or don't seem to know the significance of voting in all elections not just
, it is a wonderful analytic tool. host: on the democratic line, jim from el paso, texas. caller: i think there is a demographic, and i represented. i do not think the republicans even thought about it -- represent it. my wife is hispanic. i am anglo. my children are half and half. i am a democrat. my wife is hispanic, and hispanics voted largely democratic. if you add those numbers up, i think the gop is in more trouble than they think. guest: that is an interesting point and part of what i was alluding to in the beginning. cultural factors have alienated the republicans from a certain block of voters. voters who are more comfortable with the increasing diversity of the country, and those were less comfortable with that. it does not mean they are racist. it is a question of what people feel comfortable with. how they adjust to change. the republicans have gotten themselves in a position where the are reliant on those voters who are less comfortable with the changing nature of the country. over time, that is a shrinking group. the percentage of voters who are comfortable with the change i
in both directions. what happened in the state legislatures? you can see some big wave ele ctions like in 2010. the early members saw a move in the democratic direction -- numbers saw a move in the democratic direction. if you look at the blue states, there was some movement in the but thereirection was also some moves in the republican direction. republicans picked up legislature in arkansas, west virginia, alaska. both parts of the country pushing in different directions. i think the election is also something of a deepening of polarization. 1993 or 1992, there were 19 democrats who helped republican seats. that number has been declining and declining. there were also some republicans who used to hold seats for democrats for president. before this election, we were down to nine democrats and two republicans who met that definition them tha. in a way, the realignment continues. republicans are sitting in republican seats even though the numbers did not change dramatically in the house. there is a lot of talk about demographics and i am sure we are going to hear that on the panel. i th
] >> and tell us your name. >> marilyn hemmeasuring el. >> keep the microphone. i have a follow-up question. you give the analogy of parents paying their kids or giving their kids rewards for studying, learning, getting good grades? did you, did you ever pay your children for getting good grades? >> never, but i didn't have to. [laughter] >> they did well -- >> i meant different families, different households. but in a house o hold where this isn't encouraged and the school is doing the encouraging because the parents haven't or the kids aren't exposed, this is the responsibility of the school is to educate. parents aren't helping it along, the school has to do heroic things. >> heroic things. >> yes, heroic things. >> and heroic things may include $50 for an a? >> no, you said $2 a book. [laughter] difference. let's be reasonable. >> things within the bounds of the economy. >> yes. [laughter] >> yes. >> hi. i'm a former teacher, many, many, many years ago, and i think that in this, um, suggestion shows a lack of willingness and expectations. i think what you're talking about when parents don't
of colorado. i'll be looking closely at the number of republican votes that are coming out of el paso county and douglas county and mesa county on the western slope. another swing county that we pay attention to is larimer connecticut which is northern colorado, home to colorado state university. then we'll be looking at, um, as far as democrats, we'll be looking at boulder and denver and seeing, you know, if they're getting their numbers the way they want to. and the democrats have paid considerable attention to the southwest corner of the state, um, la plata county, home to durango, so we'll be looking to see if they're banking lots of votes in the southwest corner of the state as well. >> check out c-span's campaign 2012 web site where you can watch the candidates on the campaign trail as well as their latest ads and web videos. also check our social media section to see what the candidates, reporters and other viewers are saying about the presidential race. it's all at c-span.org/campaign2012. >> as part of our campaign 2012 coverage, c-span is bringing you house, senate and governor deb
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